How to Flirt With Women Using Text Messages

Send quick, flirtatious text messages to let a woman know you're interested in her.Send quick, flirtatious text messages to let a woman know you're interested in her.

In the digital age, many people flirt via text message. Texting is a forum that is suitable for the most confident and the shiest of people. Since there is no face-to-face contact, you may feel more free to say things you wouldn't say in person. Before you begin flirting with a woman via text message, be aware that she could save all of your flirtatious texts. If you send something especially raunchy, it could come back to haunt you.

Send a text to see if she is available. To ensure you receive a positive response, the recipient needs to be free to respond. Sending her a text flirt while she is at work will often not illicit the response you want. First, ask what she is doing and who she is with. If she is free to text, let the flirting begin.

Send a text message that is trivial but intimate. suggests a text message such as "Do you lie on your back or tummy when you sleep?" This is not sexual, but is somewhat personal.

Answer the response. If she responds positively, send a more intimate text about other bedtime habits or something different entirely. Feel free to send a funny text to help loosen the mood.

Convey emotions during the exchange. Since she can't see your facial expressions, make sure to convey them during the text. Don't be afraid to show excitement by writing something in all caps or use an emoticon like :) to show happiness. Other symbols that show emotion include:

:-{} Blow a big kiss

8-| Wide-eyed surprise

=^* Kisses

:^D Happy, approving

:-> < Puckered up to kiss

Providing an emotional response will encourage her to continue with the exchange and let her know that you are excited about her responses.

Change the subject. Texting about the same subject will get boring.

End the exchange. It is okay to leave her wanting more. End the exchange when the flirting is at its peak. Offer to text her back later.

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About the Author

Si Kingston has been an online content contributor since 2004, with work appearing on websites such as MadeMan. She is a professional screenwriter and young-adult novelist and was awarded the Marion-Hood Boesworth Award for Young Fiction in 2008. Kingston holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from Mills College.

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